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AUBG Professors’ Reading Habits Vol. 1

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In need of a book recommendation? Ever wonder what AUBG professors enjoy reading? Find out more about their reading preferences.

Bulgarian Poet Ani Ilkov Visited AUBG

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Are you interested in literature and creative writing? Read more about the Bulgarian poet Ani Ilkov who visited AUBG to talk about his passion for writing.

Meet and Greet with Milcho Manchevski

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The Macedonian director Milcho Manchevski met with students and faculty for a Q&A session.

The Art of Imagination: AUBG Professors Present Their Books

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AUBG literature professors showed a different side of them as writers and authors of books.

Live “Inspired Catharsis for the Open Mind”

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Dive in the verbal world of Louis Toussaint which he had been keeping a secret until now.

Learning as Brain-Building

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Learn about "The Power of Deep Reading" with an associate professor of political science Ivelin Sardamov.

Owl It : AUBG Librarians’ Reading Secrets

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The new "Owl It" story, written by Daniel Penev, gives more details about three Panitza Library librarians, who share their passion for books.

Zachary Karabashliev’s “18% Gray”

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Famous Bulgarian author Zachary Karabashliev talked to AUBG students and faculty and presented his novel, “18% Gray.”

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